COURTS OF PARIS, NAPLES, ETC* 37 de Chimay, who Is a devotee, complained to the Queen (who never dines at her own table, but always at Madame de Polignac's) that her chap- lains, to whom the Queen's dinner is served, had meat on Fridays, and so Her Majesty ordered them to have only meagre fare* gth. Dined at the Count d'Angevillers. His wife (she was Madame de Marchais) is a bel esprit, good-natured and agreeable* but fiatteuse OM dernier degre* One seldom sees her face as she wears a large hat and a veil. 14$. The Dukes de Chartres and Montpen- sier5 Count de Beaujolois, Mademoiselle d'Orleans, Madame de Sillery (Genlis), C6sar Ducrest, Pa- mela,1 Henriette de Cercy, Mr. and Mrs. Eden and their children, breakfasted, or rather dined, with us- 17$. Spent the evening at Bellechasse with Madame de Sillery, The Duke de Chartres is very well educated and well mannered* but rather formal and dressy. Beaujolois is a fine spirited boy. Mademoiselle is petite, but pretty. i.8th* Dinner and ball at the Dorset's. igth* I was presented to the Duchess de la Valli&re, aged seventy-nine. She was a famous l Pamela, afterwards married to Lord E. Fitzgerald.